Instagram said in May that it would begin using parent company Facebook's third-party fact-checking initiative, but there was no way for its users to report suspicious content--until now. The menu that Instagram users see when they choose to report a post now includes false information as one of the reasons for the report. Users can... (Date:08/16/2019 03:23) Read full article >>

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